Lawmakers in Annapolis heard testimony Wednesday on the proposed Nykayla Strawder Memorial Act. The measure is named for the 15-year-old Baltimore girl who was shot and killed by a nine-year-old boy who accessed his grandmother’s gun. The measure requires police to file a “child in need of supervision” petition when someone under the age of ten commits an act that results in someone’s death. Under Maryland law a child under the age of ten cannot be charged with a crime. The 54-year-old grandmother of the child in the Strawder shooting faces charges of reckless endangerment and failure to secure a firearm with an unsupervised minor.